Nandi Bushell Celebrates Jimmy Page's Birthday With 'Immigrant Song' Cover
By Katrina Nattress
January 10, 2021
Jimmy Page turned 77 on January 9, and to celebrate the occasion our favorite pint-sized rockstar Nandi Bushell shared something new. Instead of her usual covers, the 10-year-old created a loop of drums, guitar, bass, and the iconic "ahh-aah" vocals of Led Zeppelin's "The Immigrant Song" using a Boss RC 505 Loop.
"The first time I heard the immigrant song by @ledzeppelin was in the movie #schoolofrock when @jackblack was driving the van, turns around and screams ‘ahh-aah’! Best movie ever!" she wrote in the video's description. "I have loved dropping the LED ever since! #johnbonham and his son @jasonbonham are both incredible drummers. @johnpauljonesofficial @jimmypage and @robertplantofficial you guys are so awesome too! #ledzeppelin are so so so good! Hope you guys love my loop I made for you. Happy Birthday @jimmypage"
Watch Bushell make the live loop above.
We're only 10 days into 2021, and Bushell's already shared two new covers. Last weekend, she revealed that she was "learning about" Britpop and nailed a rendition of Blur's "Song 2," "Wahoo" and all. On New Year's Eve, Bushell shared a heartwarming original song meant to put "a smile on your face even if its a little cheesy" with her family. We can't wait to see what she does next!
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